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~ Stay-Put Towels ~

Here are directions on how to use your Stay-Put Towels.




See currently listed Stay-Put Towels at The Spunky Diva on Etsy!
A copy of these directions is included with every Stay-Put Towel purchase.

This is one kitchen towel that stays where you put it! With the simple threading of one end back through itself you don't have to worry about finding this towel on the floor. These towels are perfect for both drying dishes or quickly drying your hands. You can attach them to the oven, dish washer, or refrigerator handle. There are no buttons to lose or yarn to pull in this towel design making them an easy, worry-free addition to your laundry.

The towels and fabric uses are washed and dried before any sewing is done; you don't have to worry about shrinkage when you throw these beauties in with your laundry. The towels are also washed after assembly; so that they are fresh when they arrive in the mail.

It is normal for there to be some fraying at the stitched opening. Just trim these stray threads as needed.
This is one kitchen towel that stays where you put it! With the simple threading of one end back through itself you don't have to worry about finding this towel on the floor. These towels are perfect for both drying dishes or quickly drying your hands. You can attach them to the oven, dish washer, or refrigerator handle. There are no buttons to lose or yarn to pull in this towel design making them an easy, worry-free addition to your laundry.




The towels and fabric I use are washed and dried before any sewing is done; you don't have to worry about shrinkage when you throw these beauties in with your normal laundry. The towels are also washed after assembly; so that they are fresh when they arrive in the mail. The fabric accent square is 100% cotton unless otherwise noted. The towel is micro fiber Cotton/Polyester Blend with germ fighting technology.

A set of Stay-Put Towels is a great addition to your kitchen or a gift. Since kitchen towels are a necessity for any household, established or just starting, these towels make a fantastic housewarming, wedding, or hostess gift! If you are looking for a specific color or theme, send me a convo. I can normally come up with a great pair of Stay-Put Towels that will match what you are looking for! I may even have them in stock, just not yet listed.

~ How the Stay-Put Towel came about...

I found the basic design for my Stay-Put Towels while surfing the internet, hunting down gift ideas that I could create using my embroidery machine. As it would happen, the bulk of the work in creating these fun kitchen towels is just plain ol' sewing, LOL! After making a set for my kitchen, I began making sets for family and friends. (My husband now wonders when we will have more to use in our kitchen!) After selling them successfully at local craft fairs, I have decided to take them on-line and offer them to you. They make a great gift as we head into the holiday season, and are available for personalization.

My main goal with The Spunky Diva is to treat my customers as I would want to be treated. Customer service is a big part of every purchase you make,and I strive to provide excellent service in every situation. I strive to return all e-mails within 24 hours, unless otherwise noted in the Shop Announcement.

As a mother, wife, and daughter, I understand how hard it can be to find the perfect gift for that family member or friend that seems to have everything. Maybe you just want a personalized gift that will stand out among the mass-produced items. If you see an item that you would like to see in a different fabric theme (i.e. dogs, cats, music, sports, etc.) to create the perfect gift, send me an e-mail and I will see what I can do!

You can purchase Stay-Put Towel Pairs and Singles at www.SpunkyDiva.com

~ Previous Stay-Put Towels ~

These towels have gone on to their new homes. If you see something here that you know is just perfect for your kitchen, or the perfect gift for someone, just send me an e-mail at SpunkyDiva@live.com and we can talk about what I can do for you!

Mom requested two more sets to go with her new kitchen curtain. Isn't this some fun and bright fabric?


When I created this pair of Stay-Put Towels I knew they would be perfect a dog lover, and have donated them to BlueDogRescue's Dogtoberfest Silent Auction. (10/2010)

Here is a special set of towels completed for K as a birthday gift forher sister. Her sister loves that her mischievous cats cannot take the towels down, and the flowers match her other gerber daisy assessories!

Pineapples are a sign of hospitality. This set of towels was a gift to B to match her "sunny" kitchen.

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